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Behind Her Eyes [KINDLE] ❄ Behind Her Eyes By Sarah Pinborough – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk LOUISEMère célibataire elle est coincée dans un uotidien minuté Un soir pourtant elle embrasse un homme dans un bar sans savoir u’il est son nouveau patronDAVIDPsychiatre renommé et dévoué à LOUISEMère célibataire elle est coincée dans un uotidien minuté Un soir pourtant elle embrasse Behind Her Kindle - un homme dans un bar sans savoir u’il est son nouveau patronDAVIDPsychiatre renommé et dévoué à sa femme il regrette ce baiser mais ne peut s’empêcher de tomber amoureux de son assistanteADÈLEL’épouse de David semble n’avoir aucun défaut Si ce n’est de vouloir à tout prix devenir l’amie de Louise Fascinée par ce couple modèle Louise se retrouve malgré elle piégée au coeur de leur mariage Et peu à peu elle commence à entrevoir des faillesDavid est il l’homme u’il prétend être Adèle aussi vulnérable u’elle y paraît Et par uel secret inavouable sont ils liés l’un à l’autre.

  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Behind Her Eyes
  • Sarah Pinborough
  • French
  • 19 January 2015
  • 9782253107880

About the Author: Sarah Pinborough

Sarah Pinborough is the NYT bestselling and Sunday Times Bestselling author of 'Behind Behind Her Kindle - Her Eyes' which has sold in over territories thus far and will be shown as a six part drama on Netflix in and the Sunday Times Bestseller 'Cross Her Heart' She has also written books across a variety of genres including the YA thriller Minutes in development with Netflix Her next novel 'Dead T.



10 thoughts on “Behind Her Eyes

  1. Chelsea Humphrey Chelsea Humphrey says:

    This might be one of the most difficult reviews I’ve had to write in the entire time I’ve been writing reviews How does one convey their thoughts on just how addicting intriguing and consuming of a book this was without exposing all the delicious spoilers that make it such a fun read? Behind Her Eyes was the 200th book I’ve read this year thus completing my Goodreads challenge early so I guess you could say I’ve read uite a bunch of books in 2016 Out of all those books this one will stand out for many reasons but one of the largest would be due to the fact it is uite unlike anything I’ve read thus far in the genreI can’t rave enough about how compulsive a read this was I found myself wandering in and out of rooms to avoid people so that I could sneak in “just a few pages” The slow building suspense was gripping and so incredibly well written Sarah Pinborough has become of my top 10 favorite authors this year and for good reason Earlier this year I read The Language of Dying and was blown away by her creation of something so beautiful yet disturbing; it absolutely wrecked me Her talent can’t be confined to one genre; it’s too complex and excellent for that tiny box She has taken the typical love triangle and made it anything but; there are multiple POVs and storylines intricately woven together to seem unrelated but come on we know better She delicately brings each piece together until the precise moment she wants to drop the #WTFthatending moment IMO there were really multiple twists that connect into one; the howwhywho was just as important separately as they were in one entityI read uite a few early reviews on this book and while some chose to include elements that I view as spoiler material I almost wish I had seen them prior to reading this book I believe my expectations would have been altered and I could have accepted this for what it was; an excellent book with a clever mind blowing twist that shouldn’t be confined by genre The best way I know how to explain what I mean is that it doesn’t play by the usual rules of a psychological thriller If you’ve seen anything yet about this book you are clearly aware that there is a shocking ending with a whopper of a twist The catch 22 is that if this particular element I’m referring to was hinted at via genre description the surprise aspect of the book is spoiled The entire ending and twist are dependent on this aspect being kept secret so you can see the dilemma I’m facing I take full responsibility for this as it’s a personal problem based on my expectations of something filed in the “psychological thriller” genreI can’t really say anything else without taking the fun out of reading this one; suffice it to say this is a must read I think the most wonderful aspect of this book is that you don’t have to love how the plot works out to love reading the book Whether you are drawn toward the ending or throw your book across the room this is a story you must read if you call yourself a fan of any type of thriller You might even need to read the beginning pages again for full clarity and comparison at just how beautifully Sarah Pinborough has slapped you across the face This book buried into my brain so deeply that it was in all my waking thoughts and dreams for days; I couldn’t shake it I’m just going to go ahead and let her take all my money; I’ll read anything she writes compulsively and will be sitting on pins and needles waiting for her next bookMany thanks to Sarah and Flatiron Books for my treasured copy She worked tirelessly to make sure my arc arrived and I’ll never forget that kindness I’m paying it forward to Amy at Novelgossip so that we can discuss like ditzy school girls ;

  2. Emily May Emily May says:

    A lot of readers are going to feel let down by this book I'll try to explain without giving away any spoilers but I will be talking about things revealed in the first few chaptersFirstly the book gives up too much too soon It's about a beautiful upper middle class couple David and Adele who on the outside appear to have the perfect marriage Louise works for David though her attraction to him and her secret friendship with his wife brings her closer and closer to the skeletons in their closet The blurb itself screams THINGS ARE NOT AS THEY APPEAR and Louise is eventually going to find out just how crazy things really are But we find out way before she does A couple of chapters in the author reveals that Adele is not all she first seems and is an expert at sneaky manipulation The possibility that David is controlling and Adele may be the victim of domestic violence is shot down almost instantly and Pinborough sort of shows her hand For the most part there's very little mystery Through Adele and Louise's alternating points of view we know that Adele is mentally ill and Louise is incredibly naiveComparisons to Gone Girl are pretty much guaranteed though undeserved What would Gone Girl have been if Amy Dunne had given up all her secrets in the first couple of chapters? Far less impressive I would guessLouise behaves very foolishly throughout to the point where she was kind of irritating The plot pretty much relies on her idiocy How can she be so stupid? Not only does she make a number of ridiculous choices that put her and her son in danger for silly reasons but she also jumps to a huge conclusion in the later chapters of the book view spoilerHow did she know that Adele dreamed of the second door just because Adele's sleeping habits were the same as hers? hide spoiler

  3. Kristin (KC) - Traveling Sister Kristin (KC) - Traveling Sister says:

    45 starsSickeningly delicious storytellingBoom That ending That WTF That Ending heard ‘round the world or at least the social media book reading community It feels like this author just said “Know what? Screw this I’m doin’ it” and then she did it Seriously She WENT for itIt’s been a while since I’ve been legitimately shocked as a reader and I don’t care how much this ending can be reduced down to utter nonsense I’m embracing the hell out of it and you can’t stop me Because the fact is when I swiped those last few virtual pages my tired eyes narrowed my offended guts twisted my face took on a just sucked lemon contortion and my lips curled into a tight little opening that spewed a whispered what the fuck? declaration And there is was Sarah Pinborough’s writing is strong and she paints a picture well without having to tell us the colors she’s using There were no holes in this plot no loose ends left untied Everything made sense even when it somehow didn’t The perspectives shifted between characters and the narratives sometimes switched from first and third person at random It’s as though this story unveils itself from every angle possible and yet still it goes and throws me off my feet I know some readers couldn't get past some of the farfetched scenarios in this one and I get it I really do I'm not one who readily ingests an over the top idea if there's not enough conviction behind it In fact I typically hate when I'm forced to suspend too much belief for an idea to work But this story was clever enough to become an exception I can’t tell you details of the plot because I am your friend and I won’t ruin it for you But I can tell you this Soften your critical eye if possible when going into this one so you can just enjoy the journey Because it really is one hell of a ride

  4. Lala BooksandLala Lala BooksandLala says:

    Haha fuck yes

  5. Meredith Meredith says:

    25 stars Behind Her Eyes is very readable; I couldn’t put it down and I was constantly trying to figure out what was going to happen However once all was finally revealed I came to the conclusion that I did not like this book It’s nearly impossible to write a summary of the events of this book without giving too much away so I am just going to keep it as this A man his wife and his secretary get caught up in a tangled web I know that I am in the minority with my feelings about this one I found it gimmicky and the twists ruined it for me It's just not my cup of tea

  6. Celina Grace Celina Grace says:

    I suppose I really shouldn't be surprised that in an era where Donald Trump becomes president and Britain exits the European Union that this book is lauded as one of the top psychological thrillers of the year I could have overlooked the pedestrian prose the utterly unlikeable and unconvincing characters and the plodding plot done much better by other writers a billion times before because I was looking forward to the twist of the yearTo give an indication of just uite how bad it actually is an insult to every reader's intelligence I'll give you a few examples of how it could work in other booksPride and Prejudice Mr Darcy is actually really haughty and stand offish because HE'S A ROBOTTo Kill a Mocking Bird Atticus Finch is a really great lawyer because HE'S TIME TRAVELLED FROM THE FUTUREJane Eyre Mr Rochester is moody and troubled because HE'S A SHAPE SHIFTING WEREWOLFI'm sure you get my point This book is ridiculous and I suppose I should have known better given that I'm currently living in a surreal dream world

  7. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Holy shite balls people Okay so I checked my Overdrive this morning and it said this book was going back in 4 hours so I thought I would try it right uick I COULDN'T put it down Funny to think I probably wouldn't like it Let me tell you this freaking book blew my little mind Just right out into spaceThere are mixed reviews about the book like there are many books but I don't give a rats behind because this book was AMAZEBALLS Talk about crazy train So Louise is a single mom that works part time at a psych office She works three days a week One day she gets a new boss and it turns out it's the same dude she made out with the night before Seriously? And he's married Well isn't this all happy day news for Louise Idiot Adele is David's wife and her and Louise become friends NOT A GOOD IDEA PEOPLE Leave work leave town never come back There are secrets that David and Adele are keeping but what are they? Why is Adele so freaking terrified of David? That's all I'm going to say because this book is one you need to read Yeah you might not like it but it was freaking awesome I started to become aware what was going on toward the end of the book and thought it was pretty cool And then THAT ENDINGI loved it There are seriously no words I'm still blown out into space over this book MY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List

  8. Dem Dem says:

    25 Stars If I had known then what I know now I may not even have bothered reading this Novel as I felt it strayed from psychological thriller to FantasyParanormal which didn't work for me I have a hard time suspending disbelief at the best of times in books and therefore stay away from novels where fantasy or magic realism play a role but I do like a good well written Psychological thriller and have read a couple this year that I really enjoyed While Behind Her Eyes is uniue and well written and there is no doubt the author holds your attention throughout but I did find a find myself having to seriously suspend disbelief and there was a lot of eye rolling not to mention a couple of choice words mouthed close to the end of the book for reasons that are best left unsaidI would probably have rated the book 4 stars for suspenseful and original plot great character development but what a let down the belief element was I know I am in the minority on this one and so many readers have loved it but this is just my reaction to the bookI listened to this one on audio and the narration was excellentAn enjoyable read just not one for my favourites list

  9. Dita Dita says:

    If you're looking for a tight psychological thriller please keep looking And stop when you get to the brilliant Caroline Kepnes I am a forgiving reader; give me a moderately cohesive story and some good characters and I will suspend disbelief and hang with you When you get me to buy in and then shamelessly jump the shark into contrived and cop out paranormal bullshit I'm out and I go hard It's unfair to your reader

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